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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsultingcon‧sult‧ing1 /kənˈsʌltɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  BFthe service of providing advice to companies
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consultingBy 1995 he wants the company to earn 20 percent of its revenues from services such as consulting, software and management.Even management consultants have found a role in environmental consulting.
consultingconsulting2 adjective [only before noun]  BFproviding advice to companies a major international consulting firm
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consultingAt Kidd's arrival Clive and Stokes concentrated solely on executive search, but it has since undertaken organisational consulting assignments.John: In 1985, John had to give up his career as a consulting engineer because he was desperately ill.Grove Projects will also act as consulting engineer.Beth works at a consulting firm in Stamford, Connecticut.He succeeds Larry Brook, who continues working with the Foundation on a part-time basis in conjunction with establishing his own consulting firm.These are primarily to help buy, extend or renovate a surgery or consulting rooms.
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